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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1913 TlTE HERALD PAGE THREE MONDAY Afternoon 2 to 5 MONDAY Evening 7 to 11 MONDAY Usual Admission MONDAY Also One of the Funniest KEYSTONE Funny Films Ever Produced Ireland's Struggle for Liberty 3 Acts or The Heart of Kathleen 3 Acts Great 3-Ree! Production Loyal Sont of Erin, armed with Sbi.UHes and Black- thorn Sticks arrayed againit the Sword and Muskel of England. WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIR SHOWS England vs. Ireland II there IE a finer, more "wholesome jf more enjoyable motion picture production than "The Heart of or Ireland's SlruEfle for well, frankly, SlarlauJ has "nit heard of It yet. "The Heart of IG a beau- iful Irish pbnto play Iu three parts, vhk-h was produced under the per- onal direction of Thos. Ince, tho rc- osnixed peer of all photo-play direct- tE. TelUiiR as It docs a gripping love showing as it does loyal sons -f Erin, aimeJ dill lei aglis and lacktkorn sticks, arrayed against lie sword and musket of 'ccoihes ous of the few and far be- tliat griu >ou hard rlglii the start, hold your interest every MPJLIC, make you shake wHU laugh- coriLCdiennc anj character. songs her places her In Hie foremost of character acirescca. The Tolai.E iu a woiuJjrful musical act comuJele a" uf merit and one the. mtumgeriiem com- mend to the public. With four of ilic beat photoplays ft ts Impossible to find any [Saw with the luo hours' amnsetncnl given' xt the exceptional popular prices cliarjsetl. Stupendous Feature Soon at the atjou llecognized'as the greatest military tjvci produced, ".The H attic of the Killer." "the Killer." To ftelp Uielr servant the cownieu.' employ soon be i at the theatre beautiful. Tlilfi production is, without the most successful motion picture ever proilnccrf, aud :Ishtly when one considers the enormous over. The; hundred from Texas to wipe out the.homesteaders. The villagers having been warned of thu attack, they rise as one roan and down on tlie villains a sigh which, gives you a regular Ei-jnker Hill feeltup. However. nre not strong enough to settle the affair without difficulty, and: are still In maO battle v.-hen Uncle Sam's soldiers ride up .find them, anrt a fitting end comes In sight. It Is a-magnificent offering, full of the keenest excitement find sensa- tion, and one Mint the most 'critical audience win i emotion. or thrill As an extra to this tremendous at- raction' will also ho shown the Double Ccmetly Pro gramme at Bijou It is safe to that last nigM the prosrainmc at the Bijou 'was enjoyed conceived and carried out aU thal same: H is liy the Hfilish firm" or Clarendon, and I Eure to lic eujoyed by a large so tliat delati hp correct it was actually taken! on- the field of lyne programme at on Moti- Thousands of men wcro cMhe best and funniest Key- absolutely no esjicnse-be-1 lone funny fHrns ever jifodiiccd, coriij j hlg jn securing the'nccessaiy j H has_ .ficanila recoril j wliyrover .shown, in-, both audience tonight. one or. if not the best fealure it is-nosslble to secure I coat tn the moving pic- [rc'woild. a special Christinas season to the public, the management. Starland'liaB decided to offer this 5 entertainment at the usual prices ;Tliero wil! be special afternoon per- 'rmancfs earh the first starling o'clock, the last closing al is o'- b'ck. The first ovenfng pbrforinance 11 commence promptly-at .7 o'clock, je'.Taat closing at" 11 o'cofk. Doors au'd joniiiR performances at 15 minutes j At the Sherman patrons wliHme the last tportnnity of seeing one of the Lest ,'..ncod lilHs 'ever jirc- nteu.. The initial offering for follow- 'week Is a good one. The head- er Js Kelly's Happy-Youngsters The comedy eloiru-iil u-as well taken care of by the two streams. "A fiilo of a and "The Small 1'os Scare at Bear Gulch." The- first mentioned film I? 'a scream. Ma buys Pa A hat, heautyV'an'd one' of 'large- pro'pbr- Today BIJOU THEATRE Today The two rollicking Comedies "Smallpox Scare at Bear Gulch" "The Tale of a Hat" Two Splendid Dramas and the "Animated Weekly" leCOUNCIL Canada and the United States. Jflck -ktwos.Hubv when packed ibo Rex Theatre'In Calory I has her mother's-liall.qnt_ and. Pa is for three o3n of wlplnfi them out. Here the situation becomes exceedingly acute, as Cora; the swctlliearl of "the fill- a bad man, who; secretly loyes Thorpe, herself, as a boy. pml in attempting to warn j IR herself mistaken -for Thorpe, and shot -by BilSHWAL OIL MAGNATES SEEKING CONCES. SIGNS IN COSTA RICA WERE REFUSED. London, conftrnta- llon of the refusal of the X'osta Rican congress lo ratify thr. oil con- cessions sought by the IJrilish a iiiulure? "Just in by .thci Rex Co.-, is riosltively the best-yet. If Is a" railway1 Uetectlve story, and concerns the efforts of the railway corarapy" to prevent1 ilanVage to their rollinp stock' "and ciuipme-it "by a gant; of unreasonable aiitomohtle rnce that'makes yonr liair stanrl on end. as it tears after hlng train, A blovn-up ..rou'u.U noiise and bridge- all -tend make Ihls sensalional to the IftsL degree. Watch for the "UaUle of the most sensational and thrilling -bat- He feature that lias ever been shown in WHISKEY HOLDS ITS VICTIMS Until Released by Wonderful Samaria PreEcriptlon Liquor up ir.flainmattou and initation of the stomach and weafcens the nerves. The steady cr periodical drinker la often forced to drink even against hU will by-his nnnafiral physical condition. Saiijaria PccscrSpticns stoi-s crating, steadies tho up the health and 113; drink actually distasteful unuBe- ous. It ts tasteless and odorless nhd can be given with or without-.the knowledge of the patient. Thonpnnd? of Canadian heen saved from misery and disgrace hy some 'devoted wife, mother or daughter through this wonderful Canadian remedy. The money for- merly wflsfjd In drink has restcred happincFs, iiome comforts, education .ind respect to ttm families formerly in want and despair. concern with ivhirh Lord Co.vdray 1 Hear! the folloTiing. one of the connected. WAS rrocivfd here .to- j numerous "unsolicited testimonials re- day. A rr.cinlicr of IJic Pearson firm covert: said lo Uic Associated lotlay "I can repay you for your "We shall'not go back lo any1 ni remedy, the countries uhich have our oners until we-are Tfnuirrd lo so. not likely that they nyii. return o this country. Mrs. L. C. Burnap was taken to the lospital at Lellibrldge on Tuesday af- eriioon. Mr. and Mrs. W, expect auto- out to Sundial tomorrow to for'a fen- days with the latEer'e parents. The cave for the fid; engino is near- y" completed will be reajy for ise wifhfn a fen- days. KttOeson Bros. are the carpenter work. -It .la more than life h" Stuirt'i Cilclum Wafon .Pimplei Went Away Like Magic." :.e correct heat blood purifier AH to FcIenL'o Snl- e. This great ck-anaer IK contaln- 'i proper In Cal- and thai Is why all bloctl fln-1 skin rcpldly utter tholr life, unsightly and pimply face. ip'.ire blood Is one of Inc most! fights one see anri yet Tpiit ns, upon (ho 9lreels. In lht> if, .wlicn iravi-lUng, ivc aeo horrible :rd> Is no nccil for Mis condUlon i will lake Sluart'a Calcium laily and itec'n afl lotions itJca and other hdTrnful prepara- from clopglftp tho 'wy nrsE-cfflse ilrnggbt In Uils ry carries Stuarl'a Cfikinni WA- :vhlcli are pleasant lo lake, liafm- ?nJ may be ahta.nVil for 50 cents him now, ifay God's chd.ct, blessings rfporls Inal I'0rdfevcr rest on yo.i and yours are my Murray ol Klihatik, hop" lo re-open j ever. No one knows; 11, but ncfolialions in connection ivith ihn jthoEo-who have tried It.. As soon Cnlunihifln'concessions, hut we can f will see others Ihat'I know not take, any (urthfj Action except nn j would give enythlnff to stop hua- the invitation of-the government of bands from drtnV. I win ycur Mrs. (Name withheld on requtsl.) Now If you knor of any. remedy, tell theni about It. If you have any friend or rtliUre who has-formed op forming lh'ov- 1 0, 0. Vennesland, Waller Himien and John Chrlateton LethbrEdgc buftlnees viiCton flret of the Quite'a. number of Ihe friends, of Mr. and Mn. Win. Alexander gutner- ed their home on Tuesday night foi a farewell parfy for th> family before they left for' their neiv home in Urlt- A' dance u-aa held at the Lucha homo soulh of town on Tuesday night. Quite a number wore prewnt from here. If. L. Luraon 1'jft here recently for Ms old home tn Mr.. soa has licrA som.4 time and The INVADERS MONDAY NEXT JUST WHAT DOES IT MEAN, ASK EMBASSIES-OF OTHER LE- QATl'oNS Pekin, Dec. Russian gov- ernment to'day proposed the" nyith' drawarof all foreign troops from Pe- kia'and'the entire'province of Chi U, Incluiling the legation the regiments at Tien Tsin and the troops guarding the railway between the A.-a anil Pekin. Russia considers conditions ;nHthe north of China no longer dangerous to foreign- s. N. Kroupensky, the Rus- sian, minister to China, made this an- nojncement. nhrl "slated further that if the .other'foreign nations disagreed Russia intended to act alone, with- drawing even-her legation guard. 'The announcement created aurpriio among'the members of the foreign diplomatic corps, niost of whom re- gard conditions in'the north as well as in the south of China as decidedly unsettled. Tlie subject was lha tonnost topic ol discussion in the foreign legation signs on the part cf Russia hint- FIRST TRAIN UNDER MOUNTAIN llec, 'Mount Royal heen [tie rued "from side to aide for "the of the Canadian N'ortbern Railw the early hours on Wednesday' the fffst train bearing a representative gathering of Montre- al was run through from the west portal to Dorchester street in. the afternoon. Darken Gray Hair, Look Young, Pretty recipe of Sage Tec and SuTphur darkens ao naturally that nobody can (ell ,MmosL everyone Xrxows Bag? Tea ana Sulphur, properly compounded firings back the na- tural color and lustre to the hair when faded, atreakecl or gery; also emit dandruff, Itch- Ing scalp and stops (ailing hair. Ihe only way (o jet thlfl mfxturo r.'iu to maVe U at home, ifhlch fs muiey and Noirailiyi, by Ing At'' any drug store (or and Sulphur you vll] get a large bottle of tlifa fimous old 'recipe 'for about SO coats. Don't stay gray! Try ill No one-.can jxusibly tell that you darkened you hair, If does H 10 naturally 'and' evenly. You. dampen a sponge or soft brush irlth'if'and draw 'this through small Elrand ai a by morning the .'sray' hair dlstppcars, and atler- _anotficr application or two, your 'htfr becomes beautifully, dark, iniuk and glossy. J. O, Hlgln- 4 Co.. Ud.. Sherman Theatre Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Kelly's 7 Happy Youngsters In "CHILDHOOD :MEMORIES" Delphinc Warner CHARMING CHARACTER. COMEDIENNE Watts Lucas NOVELTY DANCERS The Musical Tolans 1700 til. OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS "FOUR OF THE PHOTOPLAYS THE BEST PROORAM BY FAR IN THE CITY MATINEE: Daily at !.30 p.iri. Pricea ISc and Night Pricti, Children 25c; Adulta 35c. TWO DISTINCT PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY Today TRULY MARVELLOUS PREHISTORIC PICTURE WHILE THE STARLIGHT TRAVELS Picture it not of the Common ClaM you can See Every Day. It It in a Distinct Clasc of Hi Own. Sting z Truly Marvellous Conception SATTLE8H1P RETURNING FROM MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE SUF- FERS FROM ACCIDENT D.C-, Dec. her starboard main shaft broken, and several of her compartmenls flooded, the battleship Vermoht-lB llnjping to- ward Hampton Roatls on her'return !rom the -Mediterranean crutae, convoy of tho battlesblp' Delaware, and the Orion and accident occurred yeB.terdaJ- at a.m., arid at S o'clock last night tho Vermont'was 1200 miles from" Hamp- ton Roads, and miles'from Ber- muda, A telegram from Rear Admiral -Bad- ger, commander-in-chief of the Atlan- ;Ic fleet, describing the accident, said there nan no cause for alarm.- Trie Vermont1 is proceeding to Hampton Roads. Experts at the Navy department, {eve the Vermont's atcrn'tube s broken, they thlnlc Injury rrniat have been done to.the bulkhead n order lo permit Tvaler to flood the compArlmenls. Loonup THIRD ELEVATOR TO BURN Grand Forks, N. Doc. teen thousand bysheli of grain arid: Ihe Grand Harbor eleTato'r' at Grand Harbor, west of tere, TTeri by flre this-morning. total loss IB 'This makes the Uilrd elevator flre li UM town..'within KANSAS WOMAN WHO SUFFERED From Headache, Backache; and Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Lawrence, A JMT I from a number of I had ptin tad irregnUr; Dur- ing tho Aeiij I suf- fered a frttt dwl tche, dizzinMii, fev- erisli DCH ftnd blflttting-. I had been intrrtal thrM yean. ItooltLydiiE.Pink- Compound knd ocnr I M fen I for' Joftn, X.B.. her first to St. John from Brtstol, the C.N.R. steamer Koyal Georgo ?tr- tyito E. tinlchwii'i Vege- Cinfemi to lUI who taller ts 1 dH'-'-Mn. M. Ztmm, IMS Ntw Jef-. tt} K PIniham's corrf mi of awful iwdiacht wkkh I raftered with for I weak I could hardly do ed here yesterday. On fw Sir William and Udj 1 the iwo.MIaeea Mackenzie, and Col: Uavifison. who la in charge of tne t rny Wftd and eyes ttfeed ilI Compound helped ma wayi and is t great ? to rny .__ kme It ii for women. _ ites aow ib He ihe report thai eiw DwycboM Ihe C.N.K, Is contcmplalinE the con-. obUhwd forteveor etructlon of two new steamer} for the It no struftt ft kit :Ailanllc trade, j (Mt fttrt. ;